Here's your 2016 Netflix series schedule
PASADENA, Calif.—Netflix, continuing to ramp up its original-series production, announced a slew of release dates for new and returning series at the Television Critics Association's winter press tour Sunday, and said Marvel's Jessica Jones, the second of at least five planned comics-based series, will return for a second season.
Here's the upcoming lineup:
Love (Feb. 11, 3:01 a.m. ET/12:01 PT), an "unflinching" relationship comedy starring Paul Rust and Gillian Jacobs (Community), produced by Judd Apatow.
Fuller House, the sequel to the 1990s sitcom, debuts Feb. 26.
House of Cards, Kevin Spacey's political drama, returns for a fourth season March 4.
Flaked (March 11), an eight-episode comedy starring Will Arnett (Arrested Development) as Chip, a "celebrated long-time resident" of Venice, Calif., a beach community near Los Angeles, where he "falls for the object of his best friend's fascination" and does ""his honest best to stay one step ahead of his own lies."
The Ranch (April 1), a multi-camera comedy reuniting That '70s Show's Ashton Kutcher and Danny Masterson. Kutcher stars as a failed semipro football player who returns home to a family ranch in Colorado, where his brother (Masterson), dad (Sam Elliott) and mom (Debra Winger). live.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (April 15), the second season of an NBC-produced comedy about a woman (Ellie Kemper) who escapes from a cult after 15 years and starts a new life in New York. Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski co-star in the series, co-produced by Tina Fey.
Marseilles (May 5), a French series starring Gerard Depardieu as a mayor enmeshed in a power struggle.
Grace and Frankie (May 6), the second season of the comedy starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin as women whose husbands leave them to start their own gay relationship. The series, from Friends co-creator Marta Kauffmann, also stars Sam Waterston and Martin Sheen.
Orange is the New Black (June 17), the fourth season following the female inmates of Litchfield prison.
Stranger Things (July 15), an eight-episode series about a boy who vanishes, in a mystery that involves "top-secret experiments, supernatural forces and one very strange little girl." Winona Ryder is among its stars.
The Get Down (Aug. 12), Baz Luhrmann's musical drama set in 1970s New York City. Jimmy Smits, Giancarlo Esposito and Jaden Smith are in the cast. But only the first six episodes will be released on that date.